"We Came to Stay: Anchorage Untold Stories," an event showcasing the diversity of the city, came at a relevant time for the Anchorage community.
Despite a request from the governor to pass Erin's Law, the legislature is poised to take steps backwards on providing sexual assault education to students.
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A five-year moratorium of the school bond debt reimbursement program is nearly headed to the governor after passing the House Wednesday.
On Monday, U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan addressed the Alaska Legislature, speaking on issues ranging from the EPA to Iran negotiations to federal overreach.
The Alaska Department of Law updated legislators last week on a lawsuit that could dramatically change the way Alaska school districts are funded.
Sen. Pete Kelly (R-Fairbanks) says he will be introducing Medicaid Reform legislation later this week, but expansion won't be a part of it.
Educators from across the state came to Juneau to discuss education policy with legislators, but spent half the meeting in a lecture denouncing Common Core.